Giacomelli, Gene. Controlled Environment Agriculture Center (CEAC) 'Program of High Technology Agriculture in the Desert Southwest U.S.
Giacomelli, Gene. 2002. Considerations for Energy Management of Greenhouse Heating and Cooling. Southern Greenhouse Vegetable Growers Association Conference.
Fleisher, David., Ting, K.C., and Giacomelli, Gene. Decision Support Software for Phytoremediation Systems using Rhizofiltration Processes.
Giacomelli, Gene. Environmental Control and Plant Culture.
Giacomelli, Gene. Introduction to Greenhouse Glazing.
Rorabaugh, Patricia. and Jensen, Merle. 2002. A Trial to Test Heat Tolerant Tomato Varieties for Use In Desert Climates. Trial 2:2001-2002.
Giacomelli, Gene. and Paterson, Randy. 2003. Development and Evaluation of an Advanced Water-Jacketed High Intensity Discharge Lamp.
Pavani, Piero. 2001. Ecologically Sound Soilless Culture's Succession on Thin Layers of 'Porfido'. Instituto Tecnico Agrario Statale 'Ottavio Munerati'.
Jensen, Merle. Hydroponics Worldwide- A Technical Overview.
Jensen, Merle. Steering Your Tomatoes Toward Profit.
Giacomelli, Gene. 2001. Occupational Guide for Hydroponic Growers [within Controlled Environment Agriculture].
Rorabaugh, Patricia. 2002. From Seed to Harvest. Science Alive Program.
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